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Young Generation Alive

Young Generation Alive (YGA) is a youth-led group of more than 300 members which has a: Vision to lay a foundation, build bridges and create hope for a brighter future for children and youth affected and infected by HIV/AIDS.

Maama Papa Handcraft Group

Maama/papa handcraft group was created to support and improve the economic status of HIV infected mothers and their families through the production and sale of handicrafts, mainly those who are under research, care and treatment from MU-JHU care limited...

Kabaka's Birthday Run 2023

On April 16th 2023 MU-JHU Care Ltd joined the Buganda Kingdom in an exciting run to celebrate Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II's 68th birthday. At the Lubiri (place) in Mengo, thousands of people gathered at for 5KM, 10KM and 21KM races as part of the Kabaka's Birthday Run 2023.

This year’s run focused on raising awareness about the fight against HIV/AIDS, with the goal of ending the epidemic by 2030.

Since 2013, the Kabaka Birthday Run has become a prominent event on the Ugandan social calendar, addressing health concerns such as fistula, sickle cell illness, and HIV/AIDS.

Rotary Cancer Run 2023

On August 28th 2023 MU-JHU staff participated in the newest Rotary Cancer Run, at Kololo Airstrip in Kampala, to improve Ugandans' health.

This year’s theme was 'Run for Hope'.The #RotaryCancerRun23 had a large fundraising goal of about 1.5 billion shillings, which they successful raised. This will make a substantial contribution to the building of a radiotherapy unit at St. Francis Hospital Nsambya.

The Rotary Cancer Run was launched in August 2012 as the primary awareness and fundraising vehicle.